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  • Scary Suspense

    The King‘s Justice by Susan Elia MacNeal is the latest Historical Mystery Thriller featuring Maggie Hope. What I find exciting in each new book is Maggie always finds new adventures and dangerous tasks or they find her. She is talented, tireless and encourages others to serve using their gifts for the war effort as she does. She is faithful to her country giving her best even when others let her down. Plenty of cringe worthy scenarios, twisted, scary suspense that I could not stop reading. Who is committing these horrific killings? Action and thrills as Maggie tracks the killer before another murder. Pit of your stomach angst. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I appreciate the opportunity and thank the author and publisher for allowing me to read, enjoy and review this book. Loved it! 5 Stars

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  • Excellent read!

    England, war-is-hell, WW2, bomb-defusal, PTSD, historical-places-events, historical-research, historical-setting, prejudice This is the first book I've read by this author and I really commend the clear exploration of the effects of psychological trauma on individuals during a war on home soil as well as that experienced by law enforcement and military personnel. Maggie has previously suffered serious wounds while working at the Met, but she still has serious problems with institutional murder of the perpetrator. And now, in 1943 there is another sequential killer on the loose. But while she can't deal with working on that case, she can deal with excess alcohol, cigarettes, and defusing bombs left over from the Blitz. There is also a hard look at the prejudices of that time, and the wise will extrapolate to those of today. It's a darker story than some but very well done. Held me to it well past bedtime. I requested and received a free ebook copy from Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine via NetGalley. Thank you!

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